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U of A Nursing Student Serves as Translator on Mission Trip Along the Amazon River
Kelly Ribeiro, a student in the R.N. to B.S.N. program at the university's Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, recently served as a translator on a mission trip along the Amazon River.
Study Focuses on Link Between Child Feeding and Health Among Marshallese
Insight gained from the study will help health care providers serve the Marshallese population in Arkansas.
U of A School of Nursing to Host Workshop Featuring Hedy S. Wald
The Eleanor Mann School of Nursing is hosting an interdisciplinary workshop on reflective writing at noon on Thursday, March 14, at the Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences.
Five Nursing Students Elected to State Association Board
Largest number of U of A students ever to serve on the Arkansas Nursing Student's Association board.
Physical, Cognitive Performance Linked in Diabetes Patients, Research Shows
Findings could help health care workers identify patients at risk for dementia, according to a team that includes a U of A researcher.
U of A Observes Week to Raise Awareness about Nurse-Midwifery Practice
Interest in nurse midwifery is growing among University of Arkansas nursing students, and the school is observing National Midwifery Week starting Sunday through Oct. 6.
Nursing School Launches Newest Class of Students With White Coat Ceremony
The U of A held its eighth white coat ceremony, a tradition started for new nursing students after the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing received a grant from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation.
Nursing Faculty Compare Electronic to Handwritten Note-Taking Methods
Two nursing faculty members found no evidence that one method — electronic note-taking versus handwritten — leads to better academic performance than the other method.
Nursing Career Fair
The University Career Development Center in collaboration with the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing will host the Nursing Career Fair from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Epley Center.
Nursing Director Chosen for Wharton School Executive Leadership Program
Susan Patton, director of the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas, was selected to participate in the AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program.